The Agile Transformation Paradigm
Acting Agile vs Being Agile
Talent Triangle Alignment:
Leadership and Strategic
This presentation provides an insight and expectation to the following:
Agile Transformation Myths
What is the Agile Transformation Paradigm?
Product versus Project Culture
Common Roadblocks (Acting Agile)
Critical Success Factors (Being Agile)
The Transformation Roadmap for Being Agile
For many years, Agile Transformation has emphasized a need to get IT projects done quicker, at less cost, and with better quality. Whereas these tenets still remain pertinent, Agile Transformation is now being more heavily pursued by business organizations where IT is simply a component to success versus a main ingredient. Moreover, companies are looking at establishing product- versus project-centric cultures to focus on making sure that maximized value is being delivered to their end customers versus simply getting a project completed on time and under budget. Metrics, such as NPS and increased profit, are now at the forefront of Agile initiatives rather than project velocity and backlog burn down.
This presentation is geared toward organizational business leaders and operational management who want to understand what is required and an action plan (i.e., roadmap) to have their business and/or functional organization embrace an Agile culture that optimizes processes as well as technology solutions — in essence, being Agile versus acting Agile.
Dennis Baldwin is the Global Solutions Director for Experis Agile and PMO Services. He is a member of PMI and an executive level management consultant with over 25 years of experience directing national consulting organizations and consulting to high profile clients for optimizing, coaching, or delivering solutions supporting both IT and business objectives.
Dennis's areas of specialization include:
Agile Business and IT Transformation
Agile Community of Practice Development
PMO Road Mapping and Optimization
Dennis leads a practice that has helped 250+ companies embrace or optimize their Agile culture.
His background includes:
>15 years of directing Agile professional services organizations
Nationwide speaker on Agile and DevOps transformation
Company president for 7 years
Published articles on IT strategy, business intelligence, and managing project management for The Dallas Business Journal
Dennis spends much of his time helping organizations establish a thriving Agile and DevOps culture and process. He has presented on Agile and DevOps transformations nationwide at PMI chapters, IIBA chapters, AITP conferences, and numerous technical conferences and webinars. Dennis received an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from East Texas State University.
Chips and salsa
Chef's choice of dessert
4151 Centreport Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76155
* Early Bird discount for registration and online payment at least three days before event.
Enter your PMI ID OR if you are a non-member please enter your email address.
If you are a new member or have lost your password, please leave the password field blank.
Declined Cancellation Policy
By declining the cancellation policy your online payment cannot be completed.
Members Only Event
This event is for Chapter members only. You may join (or add) this Chapter through the PMI Global website (www.pmi.org). We typically receive your new membership information within 24 hours and you'll be able to sign-on to this Chapter website using your PMI ID number (or registered email address).